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http://www.theguardian.com/us-news/live/2016/may/23/campaign-president-2016-live-updates-trump-clinton-sanders-polling


In a Washington Post interview (https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trump-escalates-attack-on-bill-clinton/2016/05/23/ed109acc-2100-11e6-8690-f14ca9de2972_story.html ), presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump indicated that he is tentatively exploring one of the most infamous conspiracy theories about Bill Clinton’s presidency as he readies his general election battle plan against Hillary Clinton. In the interview, Trump called theories that the Clintons were behind the 1993 death of deputy White House counsel Vince Foster “very serious,” calling the circumstances of his suicide “very fishy.” “He had intimate knowledge of what was going on,” Trump said. “He knew everything that was going on and then all of a sudden he committed suicide.”


Oh yes! Go Trump.

Talk about Vince Foster’s death. More. More.

Like the fact that …

- Starr showed no interest in exploring the origin of the obviously bogus suicide note that was supposedly found in Foster's briefcase in the Whitehouse. Starr treated it as further evidence of Foster's depressed state of mind, as long as it was believed to be genuine. But the moment it was not, it became an obvious liability to the story he was spinning, so he dropped the note like a hot potato. Even after it was proven that a number of Clinton staffers, who swore under oath that Hillary had no role whatsoever in the handling of the note, had lied, Starr still showed no interest. Odd behavior for someone the left insists was out to "get" Clinton.

- Starr failed to tell the three judge panel monitoring his activities, as well as the public, about an FBI memo to the Director of the FBI written two days after the death, stating that the shot was fired into Foster's mouth without leaving an exit wound. Starr fail to mention in his report that every single actual witness in the case (Dr Haut, the EMTs and park police officers, the doctor at the morgue, and a man at the mortuary) reported either seeing no exit wound in his head and/or seeing an exit wound in Foster's neck, rather than the huge exit wound that Starr reported was in the upper part of Foster's head. And Starr or the FBI clearly tamper with the testimony it received from the doctor at the morgue.

- Starr showed no interest in evidence, which he had in his possession, that clearly showed Dr Beyer lied about the x-ray machine being broken. Starr refused to make public the work of the three consultants he hired, in particular the one who highlighted the obvious lie of Dr Beyer regarding the x-ray machine in his report.

- Starr's lead investigator, Miquel Rodriguez, resigned in disgust, saying Starr's investigation was a sham … a coverup. Rodriguez said that blowups of the one photo he was able to obtain of Foster's head/neck showed a wound where Beyer and Starr's report claimed there was none … in the neck … which directly contradicts what Dr Beyer and Starr reported ... but which agrees with what the witnesses said. Yet Starr showed no interest in Rodriguez's discovery. None whatsoever.

- Starr and his people harassed Patrick Knowlton in the manner described by Knowlton in the addendum that the panel of judges ordered Starr to attach to his report. Starr then ignore the judge's order and did not attach the addendum to his report when he issued it to the public ... thus keeping the public in the dark about both the addendum and his harassment.

Yes, indeed, something is more than a little “FISHY” in that case.

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Talk about the big green oven mitt.

Here's the picture of it that Starr included in his report:

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Starr is the one who first mentioned its existence. Isn't it odd that this BIG, GREEN OVEN MITT was never mentioned by either of the three investigations (the Park Police's, the FBI's and Fiske's) that preceded Starr's? One would think that at least one of them would have at least mentioned this curious item supposedly found in Foster's car. Wouldn't you?

His report claimed that it was found in the glove compartment of Foster's car at Marcy Park, where he supposedly parked it before walking into the park to commit suicide. It was apparently introduced to help explain why Foster's fingerprints were not found on the alleged suicide weapon … the gun … even though he was found wearing no gloves nor had any on him at the time he supposedly shot himself.

Notice how big it is? And how green it is? Given that, isn't it odd that when the Park Police *officially* inventoried every item in the glove compartment, they failed to note the presence of that big green oven mitt? In fact, the Park Police officer who searched the car testified in July 1994 (during the Fiske investigation) that there was "nothing out of the ordinary" in the glove compartment. Nothing out of the ordinary in keeping an oven mitt, of any color or size, in your glove compartment? I’d call that more than a little “fishy”.

But here's the kicker. The "official" timelines and photos made by the Park Police at the time of Foster's death seem to directly contradict even the possibility of what that photo that Starr put in his report shows? Here's a picture of the car taken when it was still at Fort Marcy Park:

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Look closely and you'll see that there is material on the floor of the front passenger seat. Indeed, the Park Police records note the time that one of their officers removed debris from the floor on the front passenger seat side. But the picture Starr offered as the oven mitt evidence has no debris on the floor. So obviously, Starr's oven mitt photo has to have been taken after the floor was cleaned of debris. Right? There’s a word for that … FISHY.

But according to Park Police records, Detective Braun emptied the glove box of all items at 6:35 AM on July 21st, prior to Detective Smith removing the debris from the passenger seat floor after 12 "noon" on July 21st. Thus, a photograph showing the glove compartment with items in it, over a clean passenger floor (like the one in Starr's report), flatly contradicts the Park Police records.

You don't have to be much of a skeptic or very rational to know that the above is clear proof that Starr fabricated the oven mitt evidence in the Foster case. He fabricated it to try and explain away an inconvenient detail in the case that had been bothering folks in all the previous investigations … the lack of fingerprints on the gun. And why would Starr do that? So that no one would look closer at the facts in the case. And who does that help? The Clintons, of course, who didn't want investigators digging into their relationship with Foster and his activities. FISHY.

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Talk about Starr tampering with witness statements and facts about Foster's depression. There is no question that the single most essential ingredient in Starr's explanation for why Foster killed himself is the claim, made in Starr's report repeatedly, that Foster was "clinically" depressed. It's the same claim that Fiske made. Starr cites a few key witness statements, a doctor's statement, and describes some medication evidence in order to bolster this assertion. But there is clear evidence, which Starr ignored, that Foster was not clinically depressed at all. There is clear evidence that the key witnesses he used to claim he was clinically depressed were tampered with by the Whitehouse. There is clear evidence that Starr himself tampered with evidence to bolster the suicide theory.

To begin, you will find no mention in Starr's report that all three of Starr's key witnesses to Foster's depression … Lisa Foster (Foster's wife), Sheila Foster (his sister) and Beryl Anthony Foster (his sister's wife) … changed their claims, about a week after Foster died, 180 degrees from what they first reported to police and FBI agents immediately after Foster's died. You will find no mention that they changed their claims soon after two of them (Lisa and Sheila) attended a meeting in the Whitehouse with Bill Clinton. You will find no mention of the many other witnesses who stated that Foster showed no sign of depression and who never changed their stories. That's more than a little FISHY.

The night of Foster's death, Park Police and FBI agents spent 70 minutes interviewing family members (including Lisa, Sheila and Foster's daughter) and friends at Foster's house. If Foster had been as severely depressed in the weeks before he died as the government later claimed, those interviewed that night surely would have described symptoms of depression. But they did not. Here are some quotes from the Senate depositions and testimony about the interviews, including statements taken from Lisa and Sheila Foster:

"One of the last things I got from Mrs. Foster - I asked her was he - did you see this coming, was (sic) there any signs of this. . . .everyone said no, no, no, no, he was fine. This is out of the blue. . . (Foster's sister, Sheila Anthony) was talking with us. . . I spoke with her, (the other Park Police Investigator present in Foster home) spoke with her. She was very cordial. I remember asking her, did you see any of this coming, and she stated, no. Nobody would say anything about depression or that they noticed some signs, they were worried." "(We) asked, was there anything, did you see this forthcoming (sic), was there anything different about him, has he been depressed, and all the answers were no."


During the interview, Lisa Foster was asked by the Park Police if her husband had been taking ANY medication, specifically any anti-depressant medication, and she categorically answered "NO". Years later, a Senate staff attorney asked the investigator this:

Q: Did anyone at the notification (the death notification) and initial interviews at the Foster home, 9:00 - 10:10 PM EDT on July 20 mention depression or anti depressant medication that Foster might have been taking?

A: I mentioned depression, did you see this coming, were there any signs, has he been taking any medication? No. All negative answers.


Beryl Anthony Foster, husband of Sheila Foster, was a former Democrat Congressman from Arkansas and a former President of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee. In an interview on July 22, two days after Foster died, when asked if Foster had been depressed during the two weeks prior to death, Beryl is quoted saying: "There is not a damn thing to it. That's a bunch of crap."

And many other people in Foster's circle of friends and associates were interviewed or made statements in the following days regarding his mental state. This includes President Clinton (who had a 20-25 minute phone conversation with Foster the night before he died), Marsha Scott (aide to the President, who had a long meeting with Foster the day before he died), David Watkins (Assistant to the President for Management and Administration, who saw Foster every day), Betsy Pond (White House Counsel Nussbaum's secretary), Nancy Hernreich (Deputy Assistant to the President), Beth Nolan (Associate White House Counsel), Bernard Nussbaum (White House Counsel), and Web Hubble . Every single one of them, including Clinton, said they saw nothing to make them think he was depressed.

For example, three secretaries in the White House Office of Legal Counsel were interviewed by the Park Police two days after the death (according to Park Police notes). Here is what the notes recorded: "There was nothing unusual about his emotional state. In fact, over the last several weeks she did not notice any changes, either physically or emotionally. She noticed no weight loss." "Mr. Foster's demeanor seemed normal to her." "She stated that she did not note any unusual behavior by Mr. Foster on [the day he died]". That last was Foster's personal secretary. One would think she'd have notice major depression.

In an interview with Federal agents in 1994, Web Hubbell recalled vacationing with Foster on the last weekend of his life. The agents wrote: ''Hubbell said that he was not aware that Foster was experiencing any type of stress." "Hubbell answered no to all questions concerning any noticeable changes in Foster's appearance, physical ailments, headaches, loss of appetite or any kind of stomach trouble.'' And Starr mentioned none of these witness statements in his report. NOT ONE. Yes that’s certainly FISHY.

Starr ignored all of the above statements in the report that he pushed on an unsuspecting public. He ignored any witness who said they saw no indication of depression. It is simply impossible to reconcile those published statements by the investigators who where there, with the claim in the Fiske's and Starr's reports that ALL the witnesses said Foster was depressed. They did not. Starr lied. Foster lied. What happened is this. On July 27, the day the so-called suicide note was finally given to Park Police, Lisa and Sheila, as well as Lisa's Lawyer, attended a meeting in the Whitehouse which Bill Clinton attended, where supposedly the so-called suicide note that had just turned up was discussed. And soon after that meeting, their stories began to change. That very day, Beryl Foster told the Park Police (according to the interview report) "that he and his wife had noticed a gradual decline in Mr. Foster's general disposition to the point of depression." A 180 degree change in his story. And he claimed that his wife (Sheila) had given Mr Foster a list of three counselors, psychiatrists or other doctors who do counseling. And of course, Sheila Foster soon parroted those claims.

Then, on July 29, Lisa Foster for the first time claimed her husband, Vince, had been taking anti-depressant medication. That day she told the Park Police, in a meeting also attended by her lawyer, that Foster had taken Trazodone (Desyrel) the night before he died. When asked how she knew this, the notes say "LF (Lisa Foster) told VF (Vince Foster) to take one and she also saw him take it." That's a 180 degree change in her story, too. In a later deposition, the officer who conducted the *interview* said "You know, we didn't have to question her a whole lot." He said the widow gave more of a verbal statement than an interview. He thought "she had gone over it with her lawyer so many times she had it down pat. ... I don't think we ever asked her a direct question." And the investigators did not get to interview any of Foster's children because the attorney "would not make them accessible to us."

But curiously, neither Fiske and Starr showed any interest in investigating that Whitehouse meeting and why there were such a dramatic change in the stories of these three people (all three with connections to the meeting). Note, also, that none of the other witnesses changed their stories. Now any investigator worth his salt (and Starr was supposed to be quite competent) would wonder if there was a connection between the two. But Starr neither investigated or reported the changes in testimony to the public. Neither did Fiske. It all smacks of a coverup in which Starr and Fiske were complicit. It's FISHY and anyone remotely non-biased will surely agree. All Trump needs is to talk about this and Hillary is in trouble.

In his report, Starr cited Sheila Anthony, who also happened to be the Assistant Attorney General in Clinton's Administration, saying that Vince told her 4 days before the death that he was depressed. But she specifically denied he was depressed when asked by FBI and Park Police investigators about depression the night of his death. Of course, Starr didn't mention that in his official report. She also didn't tell the investigators the night he died her later claim that she gave Vince the names of 3 psychiatrists. No, she only voiced those claims after the mysterious Whitehouse meeting, which she attended. And Starr doesn't mention that Sheila transferred $286,000 to Lisa Foster four days before Vince's death. What was that about? What were Lisa and Vince involved in? A good investigator would have looked into that. It all smacks of a coverup, in which Starr was complicit. Fiske was complicit.

And what about Starr's claimed evidence regarding the anti-depressant, upon which his whole suicide scenario was based? Lab work done as a part of the autopsy of Foster immediately after his death included specific tests for the presence of antidepressants. The tests all came up completely negative. Dr. Anh Hyunh, who did the blood toxicology, stated in the official report that no Trazodone (an antidepressant) or Valium-derivatives were found in Foster's blood. It was not until a re-test of the blood months later by the FBI Lab that the presence of both Trazodone and Valium was reported - just before Fiske issued his June 30, 1994 report claiming Foster was clinically depressed. Isn't it obvious they lied to help confirm Fiske's claim? And we now know, thanks to the testimony of Dr. Frederic Whitehurst who worked at the FBI labs during this time, that the FBI Labs were routinely tampering with evidence. Whitehurst, who ended up suing the FBI as a whistleblower regarding tampering, received a substantial cash settlement from the FBI, suggesting his allegations had merit. But again, Fiske and then Starr both hid these facts from the public in their reports.

Starr claimed in his report that "Foster had called a family doctor for antidepressant medication" and that the Desyrel (Trazodone), that Foster was indeed proscribed by his doctor before his death, was proscribed in order to treat clinical depression. But both claims are patently false. Here is what the report of the FBI interview with Foster's doctor, Dr. Watkins, shortly after Foster's death, said "(Watkins recalled that) Foster sounded a little tired . . . Watkins prescribed desyrel, 50 milligram tablets. . . . Watkins knew that it took 10 days to two weeks to take effect (as an antidepressant]) but helps with insomnia, sometimes the very first day. . . . He felt it was important for Foster to start sleeping better and thought if he got some rest he would feel a lot better. He did not think that Foster was significantly depressed nor had Foster given the impression that he was 'in crisis.' From what Foster told him, Foster's condition sounded mild and situational." In this and another note, Foster's doctor clearly states that Foster called him to complain of insomnia, not depression. And the doctor described Foster's depression as mild (at worst), a far cry from clinical depression. And indeed, the medication and dosage he proscribed is one routinely used for insomnia ... not depression. The anti-depression dosage is much higher and there were better medications to use for that purpose at the time. To claim what Starr claimed is outright dishonest. It smacks of a coverup in which Ken Starr was complicit. It's FISHY.

Then there is evidence that the FBI, perhaps at Fiske's behest, tampered with Lisa Foster's witness statement to support the depression angle. Starr claimed in his report, based on an FBI form, that Lisa Foster said her husband was "fighting depression" the night of his death. But the handwritten FBI interview notes from May 9, 1994 clearly show that she told the investigators he was "fighting prescription", apparently a reference to the sleeping pills dispensed several months earlier for insomnia. The agent wrote: "FOSTER complained to LISA FOSTER that he was suffering from insomnia, but he did not want to take sleeping pills because he was afraid that he would become addicted to them." But the typed FD-302 report of the interview cited by Starr in his report states in the equivalent location on the interview form, that Foster had been "fighting depression." In other words, the FBI altered Lisa Foster's interview report to enhance Fiske's claim that Foster was depressed, and Starr didn't bother or care to notice … when he should have, if he were anywhere near as competent as claimed. It smacks of a coverup with Starr and Fiske both complicit. FISHY.

Finally, both Starr (and Fiske) claimed Foster was losing weight as further evidence of depression. They claimed it was obvious to many. But Foster's medical records are actually consistent with Foster losing no weight between the time he took the job in Washington and died. They indicate that on December 31, 1992, at a physical the month before he went to Washington, he weighed 194 pounds. Foster's autopsy weight was 197 pounds. In short, Fiske and Starr again misled the public. They lied. FISHY.

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Talk about the whereabouts of Foster's briefcase. Why did Starr fail to mention in his report that there were witnesses (two paramedics and two motorists) who testified they saw a briefcase in Foster's car at Fort Marcy Park? A briefcase is certainly something that Starr should have been interested in … especially when Foster's briefcase showed up in his office at the Whitehouse later, supposedly containing the so-called suicide note. So let's see … Starr fabricates oven mitt evidence that wasn't there, but then makes reports of a briefcase in the car just *disappear* from public memory. It's more than a little curious. More than a little FISHY.

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Talk about Foster’s trips to Switzerland. Foster made a number of overnight (i.e., one day) trips to Switzerland between 1991 and 1993. One on November 3, 1991. One on December 7, 1992. On July 1, 1993, just weeks before he died, he purchased another one-day round trip ticket to Switzerland. But he never used that one and received a refund on July 8th. What were these trips for? It obviously these trips were business, not a vacation. It's widely known that Switzerland is where people hide things. Perhaps he was hiding something? And why did he cancel the trip just before his death?

Isn’t it FISHY that Starr showed absolutely no interest in investigating the reason for these trips and any possible connection to his death. In fact, Fiske and Starr both showed little interest in what Foster was doing at all at the time of his death. Certainly, Foster would have known a lot about the Clintons, given that was he their friend, personal attorney and a business partner in various ventures (such as the Rose Law Firm) over many years. If the Clintons were involved in some nefarious activities, isn't is likely that their lawyer or business partner would have known? And if Foster was growing unstable, unable to handle the pressure as even the official story suggests, wouldn't he have posed a risk to the Clintons?

There were Whitewater documents (they were billing records) found in the White House a considerable time after Foster's death. They were originally in Vince Foster's office the night of his death, and then quickly disappeared, despite it being designated a possible crime scene by the Park Police. They were being sought under a subpoena at the time, and they finally turn up in the Clinton's White House residence, just after the statute of limitation of the crimes to which they pertained elapsed. Documents that would have shown Hillary lied under oath during the Whitewater investigation. If Foster was growing unstable, his possession of those documents could have proven very inconvenient … especially since the Whitewater matter was still being investigated at the time. In fact, we know that Foster wrote a memo in which he stated “Whitewater is a can of worms that you should NOT open!”

The FBI found various fingerprints on the billing records. Vince Foster's. Those of Carolyn Huber, the White House official who discovered the documents. Marc Rolfe, an employee of the law firm that took custody of the documents after they were discovered in the White House. Sandra Hatch, a secretary in the Rose Law Firm, where the documents were first produced. And Millie Alston, a White House official who had also worked at the Rose Law Firm. Oh … and also Hillary's. Michael Chertoff, the counsel for the Senate Whitewater Committee's Republicans stated that only the President and Mrs. Clinton, and one or two of their friends, would have been interested in the documents and would have had access to the Book Room [where they were found]. Of that small group, only Mrs. Clinton's fingerprints were found. Connect the dots. Starr certainly didn't. What he did was more than mere incompetence. It was deliberate. It was FISHY.

We know that the night Foster was found dead, White House counsel Bernard Nussbaum, Hillary's Chief of Staff Maggie Williams, and her aide Patsy Thomasson entered Foster's office and opened a safe in the office which the White House at first claimed didn't even exist (but later had to admit did). We know that Foster's secretary, Deborah Gorham, later said that two unmailed letters from Foster to Janet Reno and Kennedy, which were in the safe before his death, disappeared. We know a Secret Service agent, Officer O'Neill, testified under oath that he saw Williams removing stacks files from Foster's office, despite the police tape. We know Williams lied about doing that. We know more documents were taken from that office later on and some of them wound up in the Clinton residence despite being sought as part of subpoenas. We know there were a flurry of conversations between the people in that office and Hillary Clinton the night that Foster died. We know Hillary lied when she initially denied it. There is plenty of reason to think Foster was involved in things the Clintons didn't want known. So why no interest in this by Starr? FISHY.

Indeed, Foster was involved in many matters that could have caused the Clinton mob problems. He had access to information on Travelgate, which was a major scandal. And on what really happened at Waco (about which he was reportedly quite upset). He was responsible for preparing the Clinton's blind trust and he was months late in completing it. Why did it take so extraordinarily long to get it finalized (far longer than any previous President), when the Clintons came into office supposedly not even owning a house? And then just three days after Foster's death, the trust declarations were suddenly delivered to the trustees, with Vince Foster's "signature" on them. Amazingly FISHY. There were reports of a possible affair between Vince and Hillary. He was involved with Hillary in Whitewater. He's was a man who literally knew more than was good for him where the Clinton's were concerned. A man at the center. Much like Ron Brown was focal point for the Clintons and their illegal Chinagate activities. And look what happened to Brown. So if Foster was becoming unstable or unreliable ... well, connect the dots. You'll realize it's FISHY.

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Trump is absolutely right, folks.

 

The investigation of Foster’s death is so FISHY that it stinks to high heaven. If Trump were President, he could release the photos of Foster’s wounds. And if it was murder that alone would bring the Clintons down, because as I noted above, the eyewitnesses all said the wound was not as described in Fiske’s and Starr’s reports. Of course, Trump can’t do that because he's not President YET, but he can make an issue of this investigation. And he should make an issue of it. He should shove the facts about it in Hillary’s and the sycophant media’s face every chance he gets, just like he has Bill’s abuse of women. Just talk about the facts I’ve mentioned above and Hillary is in trouble because her name is plastered all over what happened the night of Fosters death. And I’m sure Michael Rodriquez and some of those eyewitnesses mentioned above will be happy to step forward at this point … to seal the deal against Hillary … so to speak. It’s time to bring the Clintons down and what better way to do it than with a murder that they covered up? The murder of their private lawyer ... who must have known where many of their skeletons were buried … and who was looking a little unstable at the time. A murder WITH NO STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS. And if Trump really wants to nail the coffin shut … talk about Ron Brown, too. Because that case is every bit as FISHY as Foster's and I’m sure some of the pathologists in that case could be induced to come forward too. After all, they were badly treated by the Clinton administration during the so-called bogus *investigation* the Clinton adminstration had for that *accident*.

Just saying … it's time for a little KARMA. :D

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Such weak responses to a fact filled OP, guys.

 

You're slipping.

 

And let me tell you that being a Hillary supporter is only going to get more and more uncomfortable from here on out.

 

So prepare yourselves.

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Such weak responses to a fact filled OP, guys.

 

You're slipping.

 

And let me tell you that being a Hillary supporter is only going to get more and more uncomfortable from here on out.

 

So prepare yourselves.

 

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Such weak responses to a fact filled OP, guys.

 

You're slipping.

 

And let me tell you that being a Hillary supporter is only going to get more and more uncomfortable from here on out.

 

So prepare yourselves.

 

:P

 

They're all IDIOTS...

 

The BEST thing Liberals do is LIE... I guess THAT'S why they do it ALL THE TIME.

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True or false...

 

Who brought up the Foster death first over the weekend?

 

Clinton or Trump??

 

 

 

The answer is Clinton..

 

Bill Clinton was asked about it on Friday...

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I think there's a conspiracy to breed these conspiracy nutjobs all over the Internet.

 

"It's what THEY DO."

 

April 19, 2016 - "Donald Trump attracts idiots. There is really no other explanation. Idiots exist on the national level, where, in the case of Paul Manafort, Trump has replaced the vicious niblet, Corey Lewandowski, with Paul Manafort, a man who has made a fortune off representing torturers, murderers, sadists, and now, Donald Trump. Manafort was brought in to prevent this kind of disaster. And it worked out well. Idiots exist on the local level."

 

http://www.redstate.com/streiff/2016/04/19/donald-trumps-alleged-russian-mob-fixer-paul-manafort-gets-butt-handed-missouri/

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Such weak responses to a fact filled OP, guys.

You're slipping.

And let me tell you that being a Hillary supporter is only going to get more and more uncomfortable from here on out.

 

.....At least, that was the plan.

Now, the Trump campaign is starting to cold-sweat.....'cause Hillary hasn't lost control.....like they'd expected....as the file, on Trumpy-The-Klown, keeps putting-on-weight.

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Lol

This is what passes as general election strategy in Trumps mind

 

Trumpy's mind is limited to sales-and-marketing.....'cause he's GOT nothing-else working, for himself.

He's handed-off election-strategy to someone-else.....like Nixon always did....delegating EVERYTHING....to secure plausible deniability.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2016/04/paul_manafort_isn_t_a_gop_retread_he_s_made_a_career_of_reinventing_tyrants.html

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Who brought up the Foster death first over the weekend?

 

It doesn't matter, NOW.....DOES IT??!!!!

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Ain't it a bitch.....getting beaten.....with your own baseball-bat?

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Trumpy's mind is limited to sales-and-marketing.....'cause he's GOT nothing-else working, for himself.

He's handed-off election-strategy to someone-else.....like Nixon always did....delegating EVERYTHING....to secure plausible deniability.

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/politics/2016/04/paul_manafort_isn_t_a_gop_retread_he_s_made_a_career_of_reinventing_tyrants.html

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It doesn't matter, NOW.....DOES IT??!!!!

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Ain't it a bitch.....getting beaten.....with your own baseball-bat?

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Yes it does matter...

 

It's the media sucking people into their narrative....

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Zaro...

 

He was asked about it.....

 

Read the OP

He probably thinks that Cruz lost because he smeared his father and that he can pull this sort of shit in the general. He thinks people are all as stupid as his base

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Unrelated?

Clintons killed him and its irrelevant?

Cover up of gov drug running is unrelated and irrelevant

Xavier you are a complete party hack

Its frightening that you are a teacher

You are like the soviet running the reeducation camps

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Does the tin foil hat crowd actually believe this tripe, or are they just super-trolls against rational-thought?

 

Bill

They found their champion in the birther Trump

 

Now they are stuck with him

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I am a retired professor of foreign languages.¡pinche desmadre hijo de la gran chingada!

 

Here is why Vince Foster is irrelevant: Because decades have passed and there has never been adequate evidence for an indictment of anyone. His death was ruled to be a suicide.

It is as dead as the issue of whether Amelia Earhart crashed or the Japanese shot her down.

No one will ever investigate any more about any of the stupid charges you mention.

 

No matter what, it will make no difference to the manner in which Hillary will run this country once she is President.

 

Do you think that Vince Foster will spring from the grave as a zombie and go on the primetime news?

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